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Wanted: Numrich Arms Octagonal barrel .22 cal

Discussion in 'Want to Buy/Trade Threads' started by BZ-99, Jul 6, 2012.

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    Need an octagonal .22 cal barrel from Numrich Arms for a marlin model 1892 lever action. Bob.
     
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    For an 1892 Marlin?

    The 1892 Winchester was centerfire.
     
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    Ooops. Marlin 1892 .22cal lever action. Bob.
     
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    Does the action have a barrel on it? If so, you might be better off having it relined.
     
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    yes I have the complete gun, numrich arms had barrels for $75.00, but are out of stock now. I don't know how much it costs to reline, but it would be an option. Bob
     
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    Relining would keep the external lettering and other features intact.

    Some old guns actually shoot better after having their bores relined, provided a quality liner is used.

    I would suggest discussing this with a competent gunsmith.
     
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    Oh, and you know not to use high speed ammo in these old Marlins, right? It wasn't until the Model 39 with the "S" in the serial number came out that the lock up was strong enough for high speed ammo. Just shoot target loads in it.
     
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